A new partnership to provide health and care staff with better and faster access to vital information about the person in their care is being established across the Yorkshire and Humber region. It will also provide citizens with access to their information and encourage them to be more involved in looking after their health.

Dr John Byrne - Senior Responsible Office

John explains the value of the Yorkshire & Humber Care Record

Julian Mark - Executive Medical Director at Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust

Julian discusses the benefits of the Yorkshire & Humber Care Record

Lee Rickles - Programme Director

Lee presents the aims of the Yorkshire & Humber Care Record

Dylan Roberts - Technical and Local Government Lead

Dylan introduces the resources, presentations, videos and downloads that are being created as part of the Yorkshire & Humber Care Record to help you onboard and share the value of the programme to your organisation. Please do get in touch with the team at hnf-tr.yhcr@nhs.net if you require further support/information.

John Farenden - Senior Programme Lead at NHS X

John explains the role of NHS X, his thoughts on the Yorkshire & Humber Care Record and how we are involving clinicians and care staff and citizens.

Facts and Figures

Yorkshire and Humber region was awarded one of five exemplar positions on the NHS Local Health Care Record Exemplar (LHCRE) programme. The programme’s ambitious objective it to integrate health and care records across the region with the aim of improving care by providing timely and relevant information to care professionals and citizens securely and safely.

Yorkshire and Humber Care Record will receive up to £7.5 million over two years to put in place an electronic shared local health and care record that makes the relevant information about people instantly available to everyone involved in their care and support.

Yorkshire and Humber Care Record works with:

All the organisations and staff involved provide health and care for approx 5.8 million people living across the Yorkshire and Humber region.

Please click here for further information and to understand your rights in information sharing.